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Definition for: Inversion (chord)

Different arrangements of the same chord, with the bass note being something other than the root. This is very useful in songwriting, because you can use the same chord but get a slightly altered sound out of it. Inversions can help you break out of the same habit when you write music.

33 Tutorials Found For: Inversion (chord)

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Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
rock Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Andy Gurley Andy Gurley
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
jazz Christopher Schlegel Christopher Schlegel
rock Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
rock Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
rock Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
rock Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
country Anders Mouridsen Anders Mouridsen
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
Any Style Lisa McCormick Lisa McCormick
rock Ben Lindholm Ben Lindholm
Any Style Christopher Schlegel Christopher Schlegel
blues Doug Fearman Doug Fearman
country Andy Gurley Andy Gurley
classical Christopher Schlegel Christopher Schlegel
rock Douglas Showalter Douglas Showalter